Dharma wheel pendant is a Handmade beautiful Tibetan Lucky charm. It is made out of 925 silver and semi precious stone – coral. It is believed that this charm brings peace, love and luck in your life.
Technical Description Dharma wheel pendant- Dharmachakra
- Material: 925 Sterling Silver and Semi precious stone- Coral
- Size: 3.5 cm in diameter
- Skill and Origin: Handmade in Nepal
- Category: Tibetan Jewelry, Spirituality, Lucky Charm
This is a beautiful pendant, handmade in Nepal by Newar artist. It is popularly known as Dharmachakra and very famous in eastern or western world.
According to wikipedia.org the definition of Dharmachakra is as follows:
The Dharmachakra is one of the ashtamangala of Buddhism.[note 3] It is one of the oldest known Buddhist symbols found in Indian art, appearing with the first surviving post-Indus Valley Civilization Indian iconography in the time of the Buddhist king Ashoka.[note 1]
The Buddha is said to have set the dhammacakka in motion when he delivered his first sermon, which is described in the Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta. The wheel itself depicts ideas about the cycle of saṃsāra and furthermore the Noble Eightfold Path.
Buddhism adopted the wheel as the main symbol of the chakravartin “wheel-turner”, the ideal king or “universal monarch”, symbolising the ability to cut through all obstacles and illusions.
According to Harrison, the symbolism of “the wheel of the law” and the order of Nature is also visible in the Tibetan prayer wheels. The moving wheels symbolize the movement of cosmic order (ṛta).
This pendant is small yet very beautiful one. We have used 925 sterling silver. This pendant is liked by everyone who has bought it previously. You can check reviews below.
So Go ahead and grab this opportunity now and purchase with confidence.
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(For wholesale, please contact us. Price is negotiable according to the size of order. )
P.S. We ship this pendant via Express Mail Service, Nepal Government Postal Service which will take around 4 to 7 days depending on the destination.
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